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Summary of KlineKrest Certified Organic Produce:

135 varieties of FRUITS, NUTS, BERRIES
Many unusual small FRUITS & BERRIES
45 + Culinary, Medicinal, Native HERBS
Melons, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Tomatoes
MUCH, MUCH MORE. Visit listings above

KlineKrest Certified Organic Produce
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Phone: 616.902.1587 Larry or Barb Kline

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NOTE: NOTHING listed below is meant to replace a doctor's sound advice.
If you have a specific health question or problem, go to the following website,
and input your search parameters. The Doctor OZ show

Information relative to the following chart-
In the studies, eating plenty of high-ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) foods:
Raised the antioxidant power of human blood 10 to 25 percent. Prevented some loss of long-term memory and learning ability in middle-aged rats. Maintained the ability of brain cells in middle-aged rats to respond to a chemical stimulus--a function that normally decreases with age. Protected rats' tiny blood vessels--capillaries--against oxygen damage to the capillaries in and around their lungs. Spinach was also the most potent in protecting different types of nerve cells in two separate parts of the brain against the effects of aging. Why spinach is more effective than strawberries--which score higher in the ORAC assay--is still a mystery. The researchers conjecture that it may be due to specific compounds or a specific combination of them in the greens. The thesis that oxidative damage culminates in many of the maladies of aging is well accepted in the health community. It may be that combinations of nutrients found in foods have greater protective effects than each nutrient taken alone. All antioxidant capacity measures are estimated by Ferric Reducing Power, and are expressed as micromole (µ) Trolox Equivalent (TE) per 100 grams (µTE/100 g).The ORAC test is accurate to +/-5%. Any foods Antioxidant Capacity is per 100 grams. NOTE: 100 grams approximates 1/2 cup. While it is possibly true that numbers do not lie, they can be misleading. Therefore, a word of qualification about the ORAC scores listed here needs to be made. When you look at a number like 1,078,700 µTE, you must remember that we're talking about that level of Ferric Reducing Power in 100 grams, NOT per serving. I don't have any idea how many grams 3-6 drops of clove oil might be, but it would be a lot less than 100 grams; so there is no way you would get 1,078,700 µTE in a normal serving. On the other hand, a serving of blueberries might be around 128 grams, giving you an ORAC score of roughly 3,072 µTE. But, the point remains: Essential oils are still one of the richest sources of antioxidants on the earth. It's generally accepted that 1,000 units per day is needed to maintain good health, while 5,000 units (or more) will greatly aid in restoring health, and recovery from illnesses.
Most information in table below gleaned from these web sites:
http://oracvalues.com and http://www.ars.usda.gov/ May 2010

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NOTE: MOST FOODS, IF DRIED, INCREASE THEIR ORAC VALUE BY 2 to 3 TIMES

Chaga mushroom info:
FRUITS, NUTS, SEEDS VEGETABLES-GRAINS ESSENTIAL OILS & Spices
Acai berry, freeze-dried 161,400;
Acai Berry, raw 30,360
Acai juice, mixed 1,767
Chaga Mushroom 365,570
Sumac, bran, raw 312,400
Sumac, grain, raw 86,800
Clove oil 1,078,700
Spices, Cloves, ground 314,446
Maqui berry, powder 75,000 Cocoa dry powder 55,653 Myrrh oil 379,800
Maqui berry, juice 40,000:
Maqui Berry, raw 27,600
Rice bran, crude 24,287 Citronella oil 312,000
Goji berry, raw 25,300
Noni berry, raw (ONLY 800)
Sorghum, grain, black 21,900
Sorghum, grain, red 14,000
Coriander oil 298,300
Spices, Cinnamon, ground 267,536
Nuts, Pecans 17,940 Ginger Root, raw 14,840 Fennel oil 238,400
Chokeberry, raw 16,062 Beans, Kidney 8,459
Beans, Black 8,040
Clary sage oil 221,000
Elderberries, raw 14,697 Lentils, 7,282 Chamomile, German oil 218,600
Spices, Oregano, dried 200,129
Nuts, Walnuts, English 13,541 Artichokes, 6,552 Spices, rosemary, dried 165,280
Cedarwood oil 169,000
Juice, Black Raspberry 10,460
Raisins, Golden 10,450
Black Turtle Bean soup 6,416 Spices, Thyme, dried 157,380
Rose oil 160,400
Nuts, Haxelnuts 9,645
Cranberries, whole raw 9,584
Sorghum, grain, white 6,400 Spices, Turmeric, ground 159,277
Nutmeg oil 158,100
Pears, Dried 9,496 Soybeans, 5,764 Melissa oil 134,300
Plums, dried/prunes 8,059 Garlic powder 6,665
Garlic, whole 5,346
Marjoram oil 130,900
Spices, Marjoram, fresh 27,297
Currants, black 7,960
Nuts, Pistachio 7,675
Beans, Blackeyed peas 4,343
Beans, Adzuki 1,950
Ylang ylang oil 130,000
Plums, black 7,581 Lettuce, red 2,380 Palmarosa oil 127,800
Spices, Sage, fresh (4 C) 32,004
Spices, Sage, ground 120,000
Apples, dried 6,681
Banana chips 6,600
Cabbage, red 2,252 Rosewood oil 113,200
Blueberries, raw 6,552
Seeds, dried 6,000-6,500
Cereals 2,100-2,300
Asparagus, raw 2,150
Manuka oil 106,200
Plums, raw 6,259 Potato, Sweet, baked 2,115 Wintergreen oil 101,800
Blackberries, raw 5,347 Bread, pumpernickel 1,963 Geranium oil 101,000
Raspberries, 5,065
Lingonberry, 4,610
Arugula, raw 1,904
Kale 1,770
Ginger oil 99,300
Spices, Ginger, ground 39,041
Nuts, Almonds 4,454 Beets, raw 1,767 Bay laurel oil 98,900
Strawberries, 4,302 Radishes, 1,736 Eucalyptus citriodora oil 83,000
Apples, Red D with skin 4,275 Potatoes, russet/baked 1,680 Cumin oil 82,400
Spices, Cumin seed 76,800
Peaches, dried 4,222 Asparagus, cooked 1,644 Black pepper oil 79,700
Spices, Black pepper 27,618
Raisins, white 4,188 Broccoli Raab, cooked 1,552 Spices, Parsley, dried 74,349;
Spices, Parsley, raw 1,301
Apples, Granny Smith 3,898
Dates, deglet noor 3,895
Onion powder 5,735
Onions, red 1,521
Vetiver oil 74,300
Petitgrain oil 73,600
Boysenberry 3,500 Beans, Navy 1,520 Blue cypress oil 73,100
Peanut butter 3,432 Spinach, raw 1,515 Citrus hystrix (limette) oil 69,200
Currants, red 3,387 Alfalfa sprouts 1,510 Douglas fir oil 69,000
Figs, raw 3,383 Bread, mixed grain 1,421 Blue tansy oil 68,800
Cherries, sweet 3,365 Parsley, fresh 1,301 Goldenrod oil 61,900
Gooseberries, 3,277 Spinach, cooked 1,260 Melaleuca ericifolia oil 61,100
Apricots, dried 3,234 Onions, yellow 1,220 Blue yarrow oil 55,900
Peanuts, raw 3,166 Olive oil EVOO 1,150 Spikenard oil 54,800
Apples, with skin 3,082 Potatoes, white/baked 1,138 Basil oil 54,000
Spices, Basil, dried 67,553
Spices, Basil, fresh 4,805
Pomegranates 3,037 Salsa 1,001 Patchouli oil 49,400
Raisins, seedless 3,037 Peppers, sweet, orange 984 Spices, curry powder 48,504
White fir oil 47,900
Pears, 2,941 Brussels Sprouts 980 Tarragon oil 37,900
Spices, Tarragon, fresh 15,542
Apples, Red D w/o skin 2,936 Peppers, sweet, yellow 965 Cajeput oil 37,600
Juice, Blueberry 2,906 Peppers, sweet, green 923 Peppermint oil 37,300
Spices, Peppermint, fresh 13,978
Apples, Gala 2,828 Broccoli Florets 890 Cardamom oil 36,500
Spices, Cardamon, ground 2,764
Apples, G Delicious w/skin 2,670 Chickpeas/Garbanzos 847
Beets, cooked 840
Dill oil 35,600
Spices, Dill, fresh 4,392
Apples, Fuji 2,589 Cauliflower, raw 829 Spices, Sage, fresh (4 C) 32,004
Spices, Sage, ground 120,000
Apples, w/o skin 2,573
Banana 2,515
Peppers, sweet, red 791 Celery seed oil 30,300
Spices, Mustard seed 29,257
Mangosteem 2,510
Oranges 2,400
Beans, snap 759 Canadian Fleabane oil 26,700
Mandarin oil 26,500
Dates, medjool 2,387
Juice, Black Cherry 2,370
Mushrooms 600-900
Peas, raw 741
Lime oil 26,200
Juice, Grape, Concord 2,377 Corn, sweet, raw 728 Galbanum oil 26,200
Apples, G Delicious w/o skin 2,210 Catsup 578 Cypress oil 24,300
Sweet Potato, baked 2,115 Vegetable juice cocktail 548 Spices, Chili powder 23,636
Spices, Paprika21,932
Applesauce, unsweetened 1,965 Tomatoes, plum, raw 546 Thyme oil 15,960
Spices, Thyme, dried 157,380
Spices, Thyme, fresh 27,426
Nuts, Cashew 1,948 Celery, fresh 497 Oregano oil 15,300
Spices, Oregano, dried 200,129
Spices, Oregano, fresh 13,970
Pears, green cultivars 1,911 Leeks, 490 Cassia oil 14,800
Sage oil 11,300
Juice, Grape, Red 1,788 Squash, winter 396 Spices, Savory, fresh 9,465
Tsuga oil 6,200
Pears, Red Anjou 1,746 Eggplant, raw 390 Spices, Cilantro leaves 5,141
Nuts, Macadamia 1,695
Tangerines, 1,620
Tomatoes, red, ripe 367 Valerian oil 3,860
Cistus (Rose of Sharon) oil 3,860
Cranberry/Concord Juice, 1,480
Peach 1,300
Melons, cantaloupe 315 Spices, Cardamon 2,764
Eucalyptus globulus oil 2,410
Nuts, Brazil 1,419
Saskatoon 1.363
Eggplant, cooked 245 Spices, Chives, raw 2,094
Orange oil 1,890
Apricots, raw 1,115 Watermelon, 142 Lemongrass oil 1,780
FRUITS and NUTS VEGETABLES-GRAINS ESSENTIAL OILS & Spices

The 20 Foods to Slow Aging For a Longer Life
1-Apples: They are high in polyphenols. Snack on these as they will make you feel fuller for longer.
2-Blackberries: An underestimated berry, but a very powerful one indeed. Contains high levels of anthocyanins (that is what gives fruits and veggies their dark red/purple colors).
3-Blueberries: Another powerful berry that is also high in anthocyanins.
4-Strawberries: Not just for the Wimbledon fortnight! They contain anthocyanins and ellagic acid.
5-Red Grapes: Yet more anthocyanins and phenolic acids. Check out The French Paradox to understand how good red grapes are for you.
6-Cranberries: These contain Procyanadin (a tannin, a class of compound found in plants) which is believed to prevent infection, especially urinary tract infections.
7-Raspberries: Yet even more anthocyanins!
8-Peaches: These contain epicatechin, a strong antioxidant believed to mimic the effect of insulin and phenolic acids.
9-Oranges-(not able to grow): Containing hesperedin, a bioflavonoid that works well with vitamin C to help promote collagen health and also aids a healthy heart.
10-Cherries: Very powerful indeed. They contain the antioxidant anthocyanins.
11-Plums: They have a similar role to peaches.
12-Tomatoes: They contain high levels of quercetin, which is a great free radical fighter. Also known to help the prostate.
Well, that is all the fruit taken care of. You will notice over half of the foods to slow aging are fruits, and yes, tomato is classed as either a fruit or vegetable!
Now for the anti aging vegetables...
13-Broccoli: This is a true super-food containing a range of health-giving polyphenols. Whatever you do, don't skip this one!
14-Spinach: I eat tons of spinach. Also containing polyphenols, this is another true super food. I can't speak highly enough of the health benefits of spinach.
15-Red Onions: Similar to tomatoes, they contain high levels of cancer fighting quercetin.
16-Cereal Bran: High in phenolic acids and fiber. Bowel health is vital in helping to prevent disease. As much as 80% of diseases are due to a 'bad' colon, so fiber is an essential food to help keep you regular!
17-Dark Chocolate: I said 'dark'. Cocoa contains epicatechin, also found in peaches.
18-Black Tea: Containing Theaflavins which have been shown to help with cholesterol health.
19-Green Tea: I drink at least three cups a day of antioxidant rich green tea. It contains polyphenols and theaflavins.
20-Coffee: There has been a lot of debate on the antioxidant properties of coffee. It contains Phenolic acids, which is also found in peaches.
So, there you are..twenty foods to slow aging. This anti aging food list was compiled by a professor of 'functional foods' at Leeds University, UK called Gary Williamson. He actually calls the list of foods collectively, 'lifespan-essential'. In other words, these anti aging foods can help you reach your potential lifespan.

MOST INFO COPIED FROM VARIOUS REFERENCE MATERIALS.
Produce Notes of Interest: KlineKrestEdibles.xls sheet 3
Everything except for fruit contains some protein. Quinoa gain is the only grain food you can have which is a complete protein source. Soy is also considered a complete protein. To make a complete protein, combine any food in one group with any food in another group(s). EX: Beans and Rice; Nut butter and bread; Cereal and Soy milk; Macaroni and Cheese (animal); Yogurt w/granola;
1-Grains: Barley, Bulgar, Cornmeal, Oats, Buckwheat, Rice, Rye, Wheat. Pasta
2-Legumes: Beans, Lentils, Dried peas, Peanuts, Chickpeas, Soy products,
3-Nuts/Seeds: Sesame seeds, Sunflower seeds, Walnuts, Cashews, Pumpkin seeds, Other nuts.

NUTS: Almond, Butternut, Hazelnut, Hickories, Macadamia-like, Pecan, Walnut. Very low in saturated fat, have no cholesterol. Fats are monounsaturated, and are known for their cholesterol curbing properties. High in antioxidants, vitamin E, proteins and minerals. High in fiber. Contain resveratrol, the same anti-cancer compound found in red wine. Several studies indicate nuts can lower risk of Alzheimer's disease and sudden heart attack. Helps control weight. Copied from pg 35 of Burnt Ridge Nursery 2008 winter catalog.

QUINOA (pronounced Keen'Wa): Amino Acid Profile Per 45 gram Serving: • Alanine 238mg • Leucine 309mg • Arginine 213mg • Lysine 244mg • Aspartic Acid 378mg • Methionine 69mg • Cysteine 56mg • Phenylalanine 201mg • Glutamic Acid 645mg • Proline 238mg • Glycine 233mg • Serine 284mg • Histidine 174mg • Threonine 185mg •Hydroxyproline 40mg • Tyrosine 123mg • Isoleucine 179mg • Valine 222mg Low Glycemic Index-35. Gluten free. High in protein. Rich in iron, magnesium, and phosphorus. Quinoa is the only non-meat food you can have which is a complete protein source.

FRUITS, NUTS AND VEGETABLES:
MANGOES-Not able to grow: According to studies, the lycopene in this juicy topical fruit may help prevent macular degeneration, a common cause of vision loss, especially in older people. Mangoes also have high amount of disease fighting antioxidants, fiber, and potassium.

BEANS: Beans are an ideal source of protein, fiber, magnesium, zinc, calcium, and iron. They're also high in folic acid, which can significantly reduce the risk of birth defects. Consume dried beans instead of the canned varieties, which often contain high amounts of sodium and fat.
BROCCOLI: Broccoli packs a healthy dose of disease-fighting antioxidants and vitamins A and C. It's also filled with good-for-you nutrients like calcium, potassium, and fiber. This is a true super-food containing a range of health-giving polyphenols. Whatever you do, don't skip this one!
CARROTS: You won't find another food with more beta-carotene than carrots. The compound is a form of vitamin A that is full of antioxidant properties and is responsible for the vegetable's bright orange color.
GREEN TEA: Research has shown that antioxidant-loaded green tea may lower your risk of heart disease and cancer -- and boost your metabolism. Choose an organic brand over bottled iced green tea, which can be high in high fructose corn syrup.
LEAFY GREENS: Spinach, kale, and mustard greens work as a triple treat, loaded with antioxidants, fiber, and iron. Add flavor to these veggies without losing their nutritional value by steaming them.
OATMEAL: For a boost of fiber, start your day off with steel-cut oats mixed with raisins and apples. Oatmeal has a low glycemic index, which will help you feel energized all day long and keep hunger at bay. Avoid instant oatmeal -- it's typically loaded with sugar.
PEAS: These green veggies are an ample source of fiber. Stay away from canned peas, loaded with sodium.
SKIM MILK: The bone mass of your body peaks when you are in your late 20s, meaning calcium-rich foods such as skim milk are essential to your diet. Skim milk is a great source of calcium because it's low in fat and contains vitamin D, which can help your body absorb calcium. Getting 1,000 to 1,200mg of calcium per day can help prevent osteoporosis.

HEALTH ISSUES:
LIVER: Apple: Helps eliminate toxic metals from body. Fennel: Spurs liver regeneration. Fenugreek: High in Choline. Goji Berry: High in protein, very high in antioxidants, all essential amino acids, many minerals, very high in carotene. Horseradish: Helps digestion. Helps detoxify the blood. Jujube: Considered a great natural detoxifier. Milk Thistle: May help protect and regenerate liver. Oregon Grape: May help to correct liver function . Sassafras: Purifies blood and removes liver toxins. Schisandra with seeds: Strong liver and kidney protector. Skullcap: May help treat Hepatitis. Yarrow; Protects liver from toxic chemical damage.
HEART, DIABETES, CHOLESTROL: Apple: Helps eliminate cholesterol when eaten with animal products (DO NOT eat seeds). Helps control blood sugar level. Beans: Helps lowers cholesterol. Contains lecithin. Fenugreek: Helps lowers cholesterol. Feverfew: Suppresses but does not cure migraines. Chew 2-3 leaves daily (bitter). Helps lower blood pressure. Hawthorn: One of best remedies for heart-palpitations, angina, high blood pressure. Mushrooms: May help lower cholesterol. Nuts: May help lower incidence of heart attacks. Oregon Grape: May help to reduce high blood pressure. Passion Flower: Contains harmala, which may help open/dilate coronary arteries. Quillquina: May help to treat high blood pressure. Skullcap: Helps increase levels of good cholesterol (HDL). Yacon: Contains inulin to help control blood sugar. Red Fruit or Pandanus Conoideus Lam or Buah Merah can lower the LDL and raise the HDL. It is a natural and endemic plant that grows at Jayawijaya mountain forest in Irian Jaya, East of Indonesia.
IMMUNE SYSTEM: Basil: Increases production of disease fighting antibodies up to 20%. Kills intestinal parasites. Acne face wash. Dotted mint/Horsebalm: Highest plant source of Thymol, a germicide, bactericide, and immune stimulant. Oregon Grape: Stimulates immune system, fights/kills micro-organisms that cause infections. Pear: Contains caffeic acid, an immune stimulant. May help fight HIV. Purslane: Rich in antioxidants. Rosemary: Fights allergies and arthritis. Enhances the immune system.
MIGRAINES: Feverfew: Suppresses but does not cure migraines. Chew 2-3 leaves daily (bitter). Helps lower blood pressure. Purslane, Erect: High in magnesium. Lack of Mg may be cause of many headaches.
AIDS / HIV: Chinese cucumber root: May help kill cells infected with AIDS virus. Oregano, Self-Heal, Hyssop: All may help fight virus. Pear: Excellent source of Caffeic and Chlorogenic acids, immune stimulants. May help fight HIV. The African potato (Hypos Roper) is a well-known traditional medicine which boosts your immune system and has been used in conjunction with a healthy diet to prevent those who are HIV+ from developing full-blown AIDS. Pandanus Conoideus Lam or Buah Merah is a natural and endemic plant that grows at Jayawijaya mountain forest in Irian Jaya, East of Indonesia.
AGING; LONGEVITY; ENERGY; MEMORY:
Ashwaganda (zone 7): for memory loss, loss of muscular energy, depression. Bitterroot: Regenerates & improves memory. Blueberries, Cranberries, and other small berries: May reverse decline in memory loss. Brazil nuts: High in Selenium. Currants and Gooseberries: Use for energy and longevity. Jujube: Strengthens memory. Milk Thistle: May help detoxify liver. Purslane: Rich in vitamins A, C, E, Glutathione and Magnesium. Highest plant source for Omega-3 fatty acids. Salvia / Chia: Sustain energy level for 24 hours. Shisandra: Restores energy.
EYE SIGHT: Any foods high in Anthocyansoides and Beta-Carotene, like: Carrots, blueberries, cranberries, blackberries, grape, plum, cherry, goji berry (more carotene than carrots), kiwi, mangoe.
CANCER: Apple: Helps prevent colon cancer. Autumn Olive & Tomatoes: Extremely high in Lycopenes. Which helps to prevent prostrate and other cancers. Blueberries: This fruit may help combat short-term memory loss -- plus, it's full of disease-fighting antioxidants. Very rich in anthocyanins and antioxidants which help prevent cancers and improve eyesight. Cranberries: An excellent source of free-radical scavenging antioxidants like vitamins C and E, cranberries can help reduce your risk of cancer, stroke, and heart disease. Another bonus: This tart fruit can combat urinary infections. Nuts: May help lower incidence of heart attacks. Contain resveratrol, the same anti-cancer compound found in red wine. Several studies indicate nuts can lower risk of Alzheimer's disease and sudden heart attack. PawPaw: From pg 35 of 2009 TBF catalog. Dr Jerry McLaughlin has ID'd over 30 biologically active compounds from pawpaw. One of these, asimicin, has been one million times more effective than standard chemo drugs in treating human cancers in cell culture. One molecule is enough to kill a cancer cell. Saffron herb - Known to kill certain cancers, may be beneficial to curb/kill cancers.
Essiac/Esiak: Tea that is not using this formula and these exact herbs is, unfortunately, deceiving the public. The formula below is a word-for-word transcription of Mary McPherson's affidavit:
6 ˝ cups of burdock root (cut)
1 pound of sheep sorrel herb, powdered
1/4 pound of slippery elm bark, powdered
1 ounce of Turkish rhubarb root, powdered
Mix these ingredients thoroughly and store in glass jar in dark dry cupboard. Take a measuring cup, use 1 ounce of herb mixture to 32 ounces of water depending on the amount you want to make. I use 1 cup of mixture to 8 x 32 = 256 ounces of water. Boil hard for 10 minutes (covered) then turn off heat but leave sitting on warm plate over night (covered). In the morning heat steaming hot and let settle a few minutes, then strain through fine strainer into hot sterilized bottles and sit to cool. Store in dark cool cupboard. Must be refrigerated when opened. When near the last, when it's thick pour in a large jar and let sit in frig overnight then pour off all you can without any sediment. This recipe must be followed exactly as written. I use a granite preserving kettle (10 – 12 qt.), 8 ounce measuring cup, small funnel and fine strainer to fill bottles.

Burdock Root: (arctium lappa) Has been studied by Hungarian and Japanese scientists for its antitumour activity. Burdock is one of the finest blood purifiers in the herbal system. It is classified as an alterative, diuretic and diaphoretic. It helps the kidneys to filter out impurities from the blood very quickly. It clears congestion in respiratory, lymphatic, urinary and circulatory systems.
Sheep Sorrel: (rumex acetosella) Sheep Sorrel is high in vitamins A, B complex, C, D, K and E and the minerals include significant levels of calcium, iron, silicon, magnesium, sulphur, zinc, manganese, iodine and copper. Sheep Sorrel also contains beta carotene and chlorophyll; citric, malic, oxalic, tannic and tartaric acids and it is rich in potassium oxalate. Sorrel plants have been a folk remedy for cancer for centuries both in Europe and Asia, more recently in North America. Alleged to break down tumors and alleviate some chronic conditions and degenerative diseases, it is an astringent and diuretic. Has been used medicinally in Europe for centuries.
Slippery Elm Bark: (ulmus fulva) Extensively used by Native Americans for a wide assortment of ailments. Slippery elm bark contains, as its primary ingredient, a mucilage, as well as quantities of gallic acid, phenols, starches, sugars, vitamins A, B complex, C, K and P. It contains large amounts of calcium, magnesium, and sodium, as well as lesser amounts of chromium and selenium, and trace amounts of iron, phosphorous, silicon and zinc. According to some herbalists, an antibiotic and anti-microbial effect has also been reported along with an ability to remove toxins from the body; therefore, it promotes faster healing of cuts, burns, ulcers and wounds. It is alleged to revitalize the entire body.
Turkey Rhubarb Root: (rheum palmatum-known as Turkey or Indian Rhubarb) Has been used for its antitumor activity. It also is known to exert a cleansing action on the gut, removing debris. Turkey (Indian) Rhubarb root contains vitamin A, many of the B complex, C, and P; calcium, chlorine, copper, iodine, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, potassium, silicon, sodium, sulfur, and zinc. The rhubarb root exerts a gentle laxative action by stimulating the secretion of bile into the intestines. It also stimulates the gall duct to expel toxic waste matter, thus purging the body of waste bile and food. As a result, it is alleged that the liver is cleansed and chronic liver problems my be relieved.
http://www.healthfreedom.info/Essiac.AIDS.htm
In FULL DISCLOSURE, Dr Gary Glum gave some very good clues as to the nature of the AIDS antidote (p.196), which he claims is not only the cure for AIDS, but the cure for chemtrails and other biological weapons of mass destruction as well. However, he fell short of giving the precise formula away, stating: That is as much as I can say and hope to stay alive. During one of our conversations he added that the antidote could be purchased in health food stores. He has also stated that the antidote is a natural herbal formula. According to Dr. Glum, this antidote is effective against virtually all viruses, harmful bacteria, fungi and parasites and is an effective defense against the harmful effects of chemtrails. This is the antidote that cured five of the 179 AIDS patients and is perhaps the same antidote that the global elite (i.e., Olympians) use to protect themselves from AIDS, chemtrails and other biological weapons.

 
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